2017 Niue Silver $2 World's First 3D Globe Shape Coin


  • $479.99

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This beautiful Gold-plated Silver coin is the first ever minted 3 dimensional Silver coin in a globe shape! This artistic masterpiece shows the continents and has a .005 ct WP1 Brilliant Cut diamond embedded in the location of the USA.
Coin Highlights:
  • First ever minted 3-dimensional globe coin.
  • Contains 2 oz of .925 Silver with satined Gold plated finish.
  • Comes in a box with a certificate of authenticity.
  • Strictly limited mintage of 400 coins.
  • The globe features the aerial view of the world and a .005 ct WP1 Brilliant Cut diamond at the location of the USA.
  • The south pole location of the coin shows the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, issuing country, denomination and date.
Add this unique world's first globe coin to your collection today! 

Most of the Earth surface, about 70%, is covered with water. The remaining 30% is made up of the seven continental landmasses. Underneath the water that fills the oceans, and the dirt and plants that cover the continents, the Earth’s surface layer is made of rock. This outer layer formed a hard, rocky crust as lava cooled about 4.5 billion years ago. This crust is broken into many large plates(tectonic plates) that move slowly relative to each other. The mountain ranges around the world formed when two plates collided and their edges are forced up. Many other surface features are the result of the movement of these tectonic plates. The plates move anywhere from 25 to 100 mm per year.

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